In the wake of Crawford Gates’ death on June 9, 2018, friends and colleagues recall the man who made an unforgettable impact on the state’s music scene and on the musical traditions of the LDS Church.
Sunday the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints extended a challenge to the Church’s youth to take “a seven-day break from the fake,” calling for a weeklong social media fast.
Kate Bowler has devoted her life to the study of religion as a professor at Duke Divinity School, but what does religion become when you are diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer?
Earlier this year, ‘The Book of Mormon’ musical came to Portland’s Keller Auditorium. Allen Alley, who is a former chairman of the Oregon Republican Party and a former candidate for governor of Oregon, was among those in attendance.
Berry Tramel is a sports columnist and Erik Horne is the Oklahoma City Thunder beat writer for The Oklahoman. Together, the two sports writers toured Temple Square recently, and Tramel shared their observations in a travelblog.
On Tuesday, the Columbus Dispatch introduced readers to Tulasi Bisda, a 74-year-old Bhutanese-Nepali refugee and the four LDS missionaries who are helping her learn English in a class where they serve as teacher’s aides.
Watching Caitlin Connolly prepare to paint is not entirely different than watching a surgeon prepare for surgery.
When BYU football receivers coach Ben Cahoon was not retained by head coach Kalani Sitake during the most recent offseason, he made a surpise decision to step away from football.
The announcement that Brigham Young University would serve as the host for the the Society for Political Methodology (SPM)’s annual meeting, PolMeth, on July 18-21, 2018, led several members of the society to express concerns.
In the fall of 2014, Chris Sorensen, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Richmond, Virginia, invested in a license plate. It read “RVA TMPL.”
On April 6, 2018, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints celebrates the 188th anniversary of its organization. Here, we take a look back at some of the most significant events of change over the course of the church’s history.
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will gather in the Conference Center in Salt Lake City, as well as in chapels and homes around the world, on March 31 and April 1, 2018 to participate in the 188th Annual General Conference.
On Tuesday, New York Times best-selling author Jeff Benedict, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Armen Keteyian, a CBS correspondent, released a far-reaching project — an unauthorized biography of Tiger Woods.
What if the Book of Mormon read like a script? What if instead of verses and chapters, it had episodes? What if you could always tell who was speaking? What if you knew where and when each part took place?
You know the Millers as the owners of the movie theaters you might frequent, the car dealerships you may have visited and, perhaps most notably, the professional basketball team that as of Thursday night had won 20 of its past 22 games.
Three weeks ago, Utah-based company Gathre launched a Kickstarter for its newest product, vegan leather yoga mats. Yoga is new territory for Gathre, but leather mats are the company’s expertise.
Sixteen years ago, Disney distributed a movie about a Mormon missionary. “The Other Side of Heaven” told the story of Elder John H. Groberg, an emeritus General Authority Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Scott Warner has built a massive social media following on a foundational love for cereal, a passion for sports and talking to himself.
A week has passed since the Daily Mail broke the news of domestic abuse allegations against now former White House staff secretary Rob Porter.
On Thursday, Mormon Women for Ethical Government released a statement “with regard to the silencing, denigration and abuse of women.”
Five years ago, Lolly Weed wrote a blog post about how she fell in love with a gay man. She didn’t anticipate that the blog would go viral or that she and her husband, Josh, would become the face of what she calls a “mixed-orientation marriage
James Baird, president of the Washington, D.C., Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died last week after accidental carbon monoxide poisoning in his home.
By the second week of February, 80 percent of people will have failed in their New Year’s resolutions, according to U.S. News, and just 8 percent will achieve their New Year’s resolutions, Forbes reported in 2013.
The Hamilton New Zealand Temple will be closed beginning July 2018 for extensive renovation, including a seismology upgrade, Mormon Newsroom reported Friday.
In a video produced about his life, President Thomas S. Monson expressed his desire to be an instrument in the Lord’s hands.
I have believed my whole life there is a prophet on the earth today, but I think I often take that belief for granted.
The New York Times has received some scrutiny on social media over the past week for its Jan. 3 obituary of President Thomas S. Monson, the 16th president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who died Jan. 2 at the age of 90.
Mormon Newsroom released video interviews on Friday with President Henry B. Eyring, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf and Sister Ann M. Dibb regarding President Thomas S. Monson’s life and ministry.
Despite the end of the holiday season, this week’s Mormon Mentions focus on the knowledge of a loving Heavenly Father and the miracle of the Savior’s Atonement.
In the wake of President Thomas S. Monson’s passing on Tuesday night, the late LDS prophet has been honored by politicians, authors, musicians, universities, athletes and sports teams.